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Do you Have Neck Pain? Here’s What You Need.

June 25, 2018

Neck Pain Treatments

Complaints about neck pain can occur after a car accident, work injury or may be a lingering chronic pain. Sometimes, the pain is acute and so many people try at home remedies. They may apply heat or ice to the painful areas. Exercising is another way that people use to reduce neck pain. Many times, people try over the counter pain relievers to alleviate the neck pain, however pain relievers are just a temporary approach to healing neck pain. They also try special mattresses or pillows. These treatments may be helpful for a short period of time.

It is also easy to think that the neck pain is just a stiff neck. Also, some might assume that they could have slept on their mattress the wrong way. Lastly, they may think that it was just their bad body posture. However, when all is said and done, chiropractic adjustments are the best remedies for treating chronic neck pain.

 

Warning Signs

Whatever the reason is for possible reasons for neck pain, the neck pain can be very uncomfortable to anyone who has experienced it. The neck, also called the cervical spine, is what supports your head. On average, an adult head can weigh about ten or eleven pounds. The cervical spine is essential in being able to move your head around. Most times, people realize how valuable their neck is after they have had injury, often from a car accident. After experiencing whiplash, head injuries and neck pain starts. When the movement of the neck is limited and severe neck pain is not getting better, it's a warning sign that the injury could be a more serious condition.

Hesitating to make an appointment with the chiropractor is not beneficial. Long-term neck pain will affect your daily activities, causing irritation and difficulty trying to cope with the area of your neck that is in pain.

 

It has been proven through medical research that neck stress plays a key role in neck pain. Being under stress can make the neck pain that a person already has feel worse. Instead of dealing with the pain every single day, taking care of the problem will help you relieve stress and ease the pain. A chiropractor can help by diagnosing the cause of the neck pain and developing a treatment plan for the injury. Studies show that both neck mobilization and manipulation are effective in reducing neck pain. Ask how we can help you.

 

Call Delaware Injury Care for a free consult. Delaware Injury Care provides laser therapy for pain, rehabilitation, gentle chiropractic care and more. If you have neck pain or any other pain, call us today.

 

Locations include:

Dover Delaware 302-678-8866

Seaford Delaware 302-628-8008

Milford Delaware 302-424-0556

Wilmington Delaware 302-235-1111

 

 

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